U.S. foreign military sales reached $35 billion in 2011, with the largest buyers being:
- Afghan Security Forces $5.4 billion;
- Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States $4.9 billion;
- India $4.5 billion
- Australia $3.9 billion;
- Saudi Arabia $3.5 billion;
- Iraq $2.0 billion;
- United Arab Emirates $1.5 billion;
- Israel $1.4 billion;
- Japan $0.5 billion;
- Sweden $0.5 billion.
U.S. foreign military sales are expected to to reach the same level in 2012 as well.